This page is available for suggestions people may wish to make about reading they have found particularly useful about Gippsland in general or any places or subjects in particular.
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Caledonia Australis: Scottish Highlanders on the Frontier of Australia by Don Watson.
(Publication details and exact sub-title to come)
The first edition, now well out of print, was beautifully illustrated - the edition now available is not! Despite that, it is a good read and puts the European occupation of Gippsland into context, and is the "must" read for the 1830s-1840s in Gippsland. Watson, better known as Paul Keating's scriptwriter, looks closely at how the Scots, dispossessd in their native land, effectively dispossessed the native Aboriginal people. (Linda)
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